Addiction Treatment for Troubled Teens
Adolescence is a challenging time for your teenager considering all of the physical, emotional and social changes that are occurring. When you add substance abuse into the mix along with co-occurring mental health and behavioral conditions, your teen’s transition into adulthood becomes even more difficult. We understand your teen’s suffering may cause turmoil and stress in your family. Their struggles may leave you feeling sad, frustrated, angry or confused.
You and your child can find hope, compassion and understanding at the Teen Treatment Center. As an accredited facility, our evidence-based treatment programs can help your teen end their substance abuse for good.
- Substance Abuse
- Mental Health
- Family Therapy
- Dual Diagnosis
- Legal Issues
Your teenager’s brain is still developing and it’s crucial that they receive treatment that takes in to account their age. That is why we only offer comprehensive treatment programs for adolescents between the ages of 13-17 at our facility.
We realize that your teen comes to us under unique circumstances, which is why we will tailor their treatment plan to meet their specific needs. On our safe premises, your loved one will receive a variety of evidence-based services and treatments including one-on-one counseling, academic support, recreational activities, group therapy and life skills training to heal their mind, body and spirit.
Our focus is not only on your teenager but your family as well. Family involvement is key to your loved one’s recovery. With our family therapy program, we are able to heal and strengthen your family.
Experienced Medical Team
At the Teen Treatment Center, your loved one will receive 24/7 supervision. They will receive compassionate care from our board-certified treatment team, which is comprised of medical doctors, psychiatrists, licensed therapists, licensed mental health counselors, psychologists, nurses and more. Together, they have decades of experience in the substance abuse and mental health treatment field.
Get Help Now
Your child doesn’t have to struggle another day with their condition. Start the recovery process today by calling us at (844) 319-5239. You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.